AP: ‘Embarrassing Setback’ for Obama on Job-Creating Trade Agreement With S. Korea - By Erica Werner, Associated Press
Seoul, South Korea (AP) - President Barack Obama said Friday the global economy is "back on the path to recovery," although he and his G-20 summit partners must work further to resolve differences over trade and currency issues.
While Obama talked optimistically about world economic prospects, he cautioned that "we risk slipping back into the old imbalances which created the economic crisis in the first place." He said that "the 20 major economies gathered here are in broad agreement on the way forward."
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